Do Revenge on Netflix: Trailer, Solid, Launch Date, Plot

Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes are becoming a member of forces for a brand new Netflix film, “Do Revenge.” The highschool comedy follows two teenage women who group as much as take down their bullies. The film additionally includes a cameo from Sophie Turner, although her position is unknown.

Netflix’s logline for the film reads: “After a clandestine run-in, Drea (Alpha, fallen it lady) and Eleanor (beta, new alt lady) group as much as go after one another’s tormentors. ‘Do Revenge’ is a subverted Hitchcock-ian darkish comedy that includes the scariest protagonists of all: teenage women.” “Euphoria”‘s Austin Abrams performs Mendes’s ex.

The movie is directed by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, who wrote and directed 2019’s “Somebody Nice.” She additionally created MTV’s “Candy Vicious,” and served as a co-writer with Taika Waititi on “Thor: Love and Thunder.”

“I feel there are totally different factors the place everybody’s the villain and everybody’s the hero on this story,” Robinson informed Elle concerning the film in July. “And that’s a lot of what rising up is. I needed to make one thing that paints with all the colours of adolescence.”

“We joke that they’re like, the younger Hollywood Avengers,” Robinson informed Elle of the film’s stacked solid. “They name themselves ‘The Revengers,’ which we love. . . . They simply are all actually proficient. And so they had been one of the best folks for these elements.” Robinson additionally revealed to the outlet that they shot the film in Atlanta whereas “Stranger Issues” season 4 was filming in order that Hawke may star in each initiatives on the identical time.

Learn on for every thing we all know concerning the film, together with the trailer, launch date, plot, and solid.

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